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    • Peevski’s critics – on the wrong side of truth

      Peevski’s critics – on the wrong side of truth

      “Here’s what I don’t understand: how come any Tom, Dick and Harry think they have the right to choose the prosecutor general? Is it hereditary, some sort of genetic malformation or is it that only grant-funded people have this conviction?” This opinion in the comment section of one of oligarch Ivo Prokopiev’s media outlets tells you a lot, if not everything you need to know.

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    • Oligarchy’s court tries to silence Peevski again

      Oligarchy’s court tries to silence Peevski again

      Following the disgraceful decision of judge Krasimir Mazgalov, member of the Management Board of the grant-funded Union of Bulgarian Judges (UBJ), who recently sentenced the newspapers Telegraph and Monitor for daring to tell the truth about the wife of Supreme Court of Cassation (SCC) president Lozan Panov – that Elisaveta Panova, aka the Black Swan, has a criminal record (a circumstance that has been confirmed by the police), now it is the turn of MRF lawmaker Delyan Peevski to be attacked.

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    • Exit exam for low-scorers

      Exit exam for low-scorers

      The warrior of fugitive banker Tsvetan Vassilev, Georgi Georgiev shows signs of manic. On the evening of 19 June, Ruse site Dunavmost released a very strange text full of spelling and grammar mistakes, wrong capitalising and hilarious mood.

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    • Prokopiev’s parole of honour

      Prokopiev’s parole of honour

      The double standards of oligarch Prokopiev have hit the rock bottom. For several days running, his media servicing up their master, contrary to all journalistic ethical standards, have been competing in bringing it home to public that shutting down Telegraph, the most popular newspaper in Bulgaria, initiated by one presumptuous prosecutor who abused his power, was an “isolated case”.

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